In 2013, Emmanuel Rabell and Michel Fischman founded Bureau de Juegos as the first “modern boardgame” company in Argentina.
Working from our houses in what can only be described as the boardgame equivalent of a “garage band”, we translated, printed, assembled, distributed and sometimes even created from scratch all of our games through many years of political and economical tribulations. In the next years we released some smashing successes such as our Adult party games line (We Didn’t Playtest This At All, Say My Name, and HDP, etc.) and great international games (Such as Munchkin, King of Tokyo, Takenoko, etc.). Not only that, but we also started distributing RPG (books, dice, accessories) all across our country.
As we kept growing, came the time for our next step: In 2019 we changed our name to Buró and opened offices in both Brazil and Spain in order to better represent and distribute both our partners and our own games.
Today, we sell the games of the world to all Latin America and Iberia, and games of Latin America and Iberia to the whole world.